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SEPTEMBER – November Highlights in the coming months include the glamorous Baking Industry Awards in September and a Wood Fired Oven Workshop at Cann Mills, Dorset

first_imgSeptember1 – 2 Continental, Italian and French BreadsLocation: Cann Mills, DorsetContact, tel: 01722 341 447email: [email protected] – 5 Basic BreadmakingLocation: Cann Mills, DorsetContact, tel: 01722 341 447email: [email protected] Basic Breadmaking, one-day courseLocation: Ludlow, ShropshireContact, tel: 01722 341 447email: [email protected] Ludlow Master ClassLocation: Ludlow, ShropshireContact, tel: 01722 341 447email: [email protected] – 14 Advanced Practical Biscuit TechnologyLocation: CCFRA, Chipping CampdenContact, tel: 01386 84210414 Italian Breads, one-day courseLocation: Cann Mills, DorsetContact, tel: 01722 341 447email: [email protected] FlatbreadsLocation: Cann Mills, DorsetContact, tel: 01722 341 447email: [email protected] – 19 Going ProfessionalLocation: Cann Mills, DorsetContact, tel: 01722 341 447email: [email protected] Baking For A Healthier Diet: developing products for optimal nutritionLocation: CCFRA, Chipping CampdenContact, tel: 01386 84210422 – 23 Whole Grain Baking, two-day courseLocation: Bread Matters, CumbriaContact, tel: 01768 88189922 – 23 Wood-fired Oven WorkshopLocation: Cann Mills, DorsetContact, tel: 01722 341 447email: [email protected] – 30 Baking for a LivingLocation: Bread Matters, CumbriaContact, tel: 01768 881899October1 – 8 Bakers’ Tour in FranceLocation: Rhone valley, FranceContact, tel: 01722 341 447email: [email protected] – 5 Basic Principles Of BakingLocation: CCFRA, Chipping CampdenContact, tel: 01386 8421046 – 7 Italian Baking, two-day courseLocation: Bread Matters, CumbriaContact, tel: 01768 8818996 – 10 International Richemont Club ConferenceLocation: CroatiaContact, tel: +385 1 662 2608email: [email protected] – 14 Basic BreadmakingLocation: Cann Mills, DorsetContact, tel: 01722 341 447email: [email protected] Bakers’ Fair North West 2007Location: Bolton Arena, BoltonContact, tel: 01293 846596email: [email protected] or visit [http://www.bakersfair.co.uk]16 – 17 French Breads, with sourdoughLocation: Cann Mills, DorsetContact, tel: 01722 341 447Email: [email protected] – 24 Residential BreadmakingLocation: Cann Mills, DorsetContact, tel: 01722 341 447email: [email protected] – 26 Advanced Practical Bread TechnologyLocation: CCFRAContact, tel: 01386 84210430 – 31 Italian BreadsLocation: Cann Mills, DorsetContact, tel: 01722 341 447email: [email protected] One-Day Basic BreadmakingLocation: Cann Mills, DorsetContact, tel: 01722 341 4473 – 4 British Traditional BreadsLocation: Cann Mills, DorsetContact, tel: 01722 341 447email: [email protected] – 9 Practical Pastry TechnologyLocation: CCFRAContact, tel: 01386 842104 (The Training Department)last_img read more

Local downsizers fuelling luxury apartment sales in Brisbane

first_imgThis penthouse at 802/17 Duncan St, West End, has sold for $3.15m.CASHED-UP Baby Boomers are swapping their suburban lifestyles for Brisbane’s inner-city luxury apartment sector, keeping the embattled market afloat.A designer penthouse in West End has just sold for $3.15 million to a local buyer downsizing from their family home.GET THE LATEST REAL ESTATE NEWS DIRECT TO YOUR INBOX HERESOKO Waterfront Apartments at West End.While concerns remain about an oversupply of inner-city apartments in Brisbane, real estate agents say the high-end of the unit market is still in strong demand.The brand new apartment is one of two penthouses in the SOKO development, with the second one due to hit the market in the coming weeks.SIXTIES PAD SELLS JUST BEFORE AUCTIONDOMINO’S HEAD’S NEW HOME A STUNNERMINING VETERAN SELLS BEACH UNITThis penthouse at 802/17 Duncan St, West End, has sold for $3.15m.Selling agent Peter Hutton of Hutton and Hutton Real Estate said Brisbane’s high-end apartment market was being fuelled by a “healthy house market”.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus19 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market19 hours ago“There are a lot of Baby Boomers out there and they are confident buyers because they know they’ve got equity in their property,” Mr Hutton said.“They’re buying even before they’re selling.”This penthouse at 802/17 Duncan St, West End, has sold for $3.15m.Mr Hutton said luxury apartments were attractive because they offered a similar lifestyle to a house but with less maintenance and usually slightly cheaper.Designed by award-winning architects Cottee Parker, the top floor residence at 802/17 Duncan Street has four bedrooms and three bathrooms, with oversized living spaces.The pool at SOLO Waterfront Apartments at West End.Features include northwest views across the river, travertine floors, underfloor bathroom heating, porcelain walls and an outdoor zone complete with artificial lawn.The property was last listed for $3.2 million.This penthouse at 802/17 Duncan St, West End, has sold for $3.15m.Simon Caulfield of Place — Kangaroo Point recently finalised the sale of a three-bedroom apartment at D4/55 Oxlade Drive for $2.594 million.The property in the new ‘Zahra’ development sold to a local buyer attracted to the “boutique living” aspect.An apartment in the Zahra development in New Farm has sold for $2.594m.Mr Caulfield said most of the apartments his office had sold recently were to locals looking to downsize.“We’re finding that in the $2 million and 3 million bracket, there are plenty of people more than happy to invest that sort of money,” he said.last_img read more

Wenger wants players pay lowered to tackle football’s virus fallout

first_imgArsene Wenger said on Friday football needs to tackle inflated player pay if it is to bounce back from the ravages of the coronavirus pandemic, saying “thousands” of clubs across Europe risk extinction. Arsene Wenger won three Premier League title as Arsenal boss Former Arsenal coach Wenger warned a reduction in wages was needed in the wake of the billions set to be lost due to the COVID-19 crisis, which forced the game into a months-long hiatus. “We calculate it here that overall football will lose 20 percent of its income. Football makes, say, 45 billion turnover in the world –- the loss will be 10 to 14 billion,” Wenger told beIN Sports. “If you look at the wages structure in most of the clubs it’s between 60 and 80 percent of the turnover. That means only the players wages can sort that problem out.” Wenger added the outbreak has made “the weak clubs weaker and the strong clubs stronger” and exposed how football “focussed on grouping the elite”. He said the sport would lose “thousands” of clubs “because there’s too many clubs in trouble, and there’s not enough money there to help them enough to survive”. Speaking about England, where he managed the Gunners for over two decades, Wenger said: “The Premier League will survive. I don’t worry for the Premier League. “Of 92 (professional league) clubs, you have 65 clubs who lose money and behind closed doors they open the stadium –- they lose money to play the game. Read Also: Ronaldo misses penalty as Juve take on AC Milan in Coppa Italia “If it is like that it’s a shame. In France we created the concept of positive discrimination but that means you give positions to people because they’re not given enough chances –- but this is also discrimination because people who are better may not get the job,” said Wenger. “So you want people to give the same chances to everybody, no matter where you’re from or how you look, but as well, not to create another discrimination because of artificial solutions you want to find.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 “So it is where football has to re-think how we help these clubs to survive… Because we need an elite but we need as well a basis where young players have a chance to play and where we have to get these people to survive.” – ‘Anti-racist’ – Wenger also insisted football was “by essence anti-racist”, and the game was an “example of how the whole of society should work, because it’s only based on merit and quality”. On Tuesday ,England forward Raheem Stirling blasted the lack of black managers in football, and criticised the disparity between the number of high-profile Black, Asian and minority ethnic players and those who go on to hold coaching or administrative jobs.center_img Loading…last_img read more

2015 UPAC Basketball Games: University of Professional Studies qualifiers from zone one

first_imgThe University of Professional Studies Accra (UPSA) took advantage of a partisan crowd and the tactical ingenuity of coach Emmanuel Essel to qualify from Zone One of the 2015 Universities, Polytechnics and Colleges (UPAC) basketball competition.“I played the whole competition from the bench and didn’t allow my players to do what they wanted on the court. That’s was my secret for winning this competition,” said coach of UPSA, Emmanuel Essel “.Emmanuel Essel, former coach of the University of Ghana basketball team, kept screaming instructions from the bench throughout the competition, in order to keep his team playing according to his strategy.In their first game, UPSA survived a scare from Pentecost University College but rallied to narrowly win by 29-28. The home team: UPSA outplayed an inexperienced Ho Polytechnic team with numerous turn overs in the second game. Ho Polytechnic relied on the individual talents of Sedem Tsetsevi, Cliton and Richardson, instead of playing as a single unit against a tactically well drilled UPSA team.  The last match of the day between UPSA and Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA) decided who emerge from Zone One to the national competition. Both teams (UPSA and GIMPA) had won their respective first and second matches before they clashed in the last match.During the final match, the supporters and students of UPSA were on their feats dancing, singing and cheering their team on to successfully complete a ‘host and win’ mission. Every defensive and Offensive play of the UPSA team was cheered as UPSA led by their talisman, Delvin Bayonne out played the star studded GIMPA team by 25-20 points.“We focussed mainly on the defence and team work,” said Delvin Bayonne, who was adjudged the most outstanding player of the competition.Unlike the UPSA team, GIMPA’s star players: Kwame Boamah, Mc-Martey and Jake Morrison failed to deliver the much need points especially from the free throw line when it mattered most.“I don’t know what happened to my team in the final match and their inability to convert free throws, maybe it was the rim or something”, said Clement Adu-Gyamfi , coach of GIMPA.last_img read more

TD’S ANGER AS FIGURES SHOW NO NEW IDA JOBS IN DONEGAL IN 2011

first_imgThe IDA didn’t create a single new job in new companies in Co Donegal last year.Donegal North East Fianna Fáil TD Charlie McConalogue has said that IDA figures confirmed to him by the Minister for Jobs Richard Bruton clearly reinforce the need for a greater effort to attract foreign direct investment to the North West. Deputy McConalogue was commenting following confirmation that none of the new IDA client firms that invested in Ireland for the first time in 2011 were located in the North West region.Our picture shows one empty unit in Letterkenny.“While I very much welcome the fact that 61 new IDA client firms invested in Ireland last year, it is a great disappointment that not one of these was located in the North West,” he said today.“This clearly demonstrated the need for a greater focus on this region and reinforces the importance of having the North West Regional Manager based in Letterkenny.  I believe that this is particularly relevant given Letterkenny’s status as one of the 9 Gateway towns as designated in the National Spacial Strategy. “There are 12 IDA companies in Donegal employing 1,870 people.  Between them they created 249 jobs in 2011. This is particularly strong growth in the current climate. The strong performance of existing IDA client companies in Donegal proves the value of this sector to the local and wider economy.“These firms continue to do well and provide sustainable employment.  Their success shows that it is not only possible to do business in the North West, but it is also attractive for investors.”The TD added: “I am again appealing to the Minister for Jobs Richard Bruton to take an active role in ensuring that every effort is made to attract more client companies into the North West.”More than 245 jobs were created in current IDA-supported companies in the county.LEAVE YOUR COMMENT BELOW© 2011 donegaldaily.com, all Rights Reserved The copying, republication or redistribution of donegaldaily.com Content, including by framing or similar means, is expressly prohibited by law.Follow us on www.twitter.com/donegaldailyFollow us on www.facebook.com/donegaldailySell anything on www.donegaldailyclassifieds.com TD’S ANGER AS FIGURES SHOW NO NEW IDA JOBS IN DONEGAL IN 2011 was last modified: January 23rd, 2012 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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